Welcome to Emma Gill Sports Therapy, a friendly and professional Sports Therapist based in Kendal, Cumbria. Whether you've injured yourself playing sport, had a hard day on the hills, pulled a musclegardening, have aches and pains from the 9-5 or just want to prevent injury and be pain free, Sports Therapy can help. My aim is to get you back to your everyday activities, be that sport, work or enjoying your leisure time, as quickly and safely as possible.
My first qualification was the Dr Bach Flower Remedies Practitioner. I have been practising with the Bach Flower Remedies for 14 years. After this I studied at Kendal college for four years,qualifying in Beauty Level 3, Indian Head Massage, Holistic Therapies, Advanced Reflexology, Remedial Massage, Sports Therapy Massage, Clinical Aromatherapy, and Stress Management.
Welcome to Beauticall: A mobile Beauty Therapy Service offering a complete range of pampering treatments in the comfort of your own home. Linda Ashton of Beauticall is a fully Qualified BeautyTherapist with ABT affiliated insurance and has been working in the Industry since 2004, working in both Salons and as a Freelance Beautician.
Peter and Madi Dodd both work in the NHS as chartered physiotherapists specializing mainly in musculo-skeletal physiotherapy. Both qualified at Manchester School of Physiotherapy in 1996. Petercurrently works full time at Westmorland General Hospital and Madi works there part time. Heron Therapies is run from our therapy room at home on Heron Hill, Kendal. Peter has run a practice at home since 2006.
I trained first as a masseur in 2001, and then moved on to Aromatherapy, adding Indian Head massage on the way. I have City & Guilds Diplomas' in Body Massage and Complementary Therapy - Aromatherapy,and a diploma from The International Institute Of Health And Holistic Therapies in Indian Head Massage. I am a Professional member of the Federation of Holistic Therapies and am fully insured to practice by that organisation.
The name Willow came quickly, very prevalent in our beautiful county. However so many organisations and businesses had Willow in their title. Then I remembered Willow Bark, and recalled its' useswhich dates back thousands of years, to the time of Hippocrates (400 BC) when patients' were advised to chew on the bark to reduce fever and inflammation. Willow bark, used throughout the centuries in China and Europe, and which continues to be used today for the treatment of pain.